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Saturday is your day if you want to own a piece of Oprah Winfrey.
Half a dozen Chicago police stations will offer trick-or-treaters a safe alternative to going door-to-door today.
The Chicagoland Lionel Railroad Club is showing off lots of model trains at monthly open houses in New Lenox.
The best strategy for Illinois residents who want to sign up for insurance under President Barack Obama’s health care law may involve the telephone.
Mundelein-based Medline is holding its annual Pink Glove Dance competition later this week to help build awareness of breast cancer.
As the rebuilt Dan Ryan branch of the CTA’s Red Line got its first rush hour test Monday morning, commuters were giving a thumbs up to the faster, smoother rides between 95th Street and downtown.
Highwood is hoping to set a Guinness Book world record this year, by having 32,000 people carve pumpkins at the same time, as part of this year’s Highwood Pumpkin Festival.
The Citizens Utility Board says it can save Illinois consumers millions with a variety of energy-efficiency programs. Click here to learn more.
(CBS) — For information on how to apply to be on the Amazing Race, click here.
CBS 2′s Dorothy Tucker answers your questions about the new Ventra Card as the CTA phases out fare cards.
(CBS) — For more information of the Susan G. Komen foundation, click here. For more information on the National Breast Cancer Foundation, click here. For more information on the NFL’s A Crucial Catch campaign, click […]
For more information on the Ron Santo JDRF Walk For A Cure, click here.
For more information on the Girl Scout, click here.
A Chicago couple is helping parents with children at Lurie Children’s Hospital worry about one less thing. Carrie and Terry Meghie have donated $100,000 from the foundation of their late son, Jackson Chance. The money […]
Some of your favorite CBS 2 meteorologists, reporters, and anchors will be stepping out for Diabetes this weekend, at two walks to raise money for the American Diabetes Association.
The Chicago Gourmet Festival runs Friday through Sunday at Millennium Park.
The national search for America’s Most Photogenic Baby is heading to Illinois, in search of Chicago’s Most Photogenic Baby of 2013.
A 6-year-old boy with Diabetes is hoping to raise a lot of money to find a cure for his disease. A local bike shop is raffling off a mountain bike signed by Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman, after using it during training camp.
If an apple a day keeps the doctor away then everyone in Lincoln Square should live for another century. Thousands of apples have made their way to the North Side neighborhood for the annual Apple Fest this weekend.